On impact: memento mori — Susan Raffo

For much of my younger years, I used apology as a way to control a situation. Rather than sit in what’s uncomfortable, I took responsibility for everything. I mean EVERYTHING. I apologized before anyone actually told me there was a problem. I offered up my ego and my agency, the authority to determine right and wrong, more quickly than I offered up anything else. As the years went by, I grew to understand that this was…

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Thinking about the healing in justice and the justice in healing. www.susanraffo.com

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Susan Raffo

Susan Raffo

Thinking about the healing in justice and the justice in healing. www.susanraffo.com